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piling

[′pīl·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
Caking of ink on the rollers, plate, or blanket of a printing press or an accumulation of paper coating on the blanket of an offset press.

piling

The property of a paint which causes it to gain viscosity rapidly during application, making it difficult to apply a smooth uniform film.
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Now that the piling has been pressure cleaned and scrubbed, a piling form can be added to restore the strength of the structure.
Martin Blower, chairman FPS said: "CFA piling is widely used and there have been a number of notable rig overturns recently.
NAEP announced the sale of its piling business separately, saying it was part of a plan to improve its operational focus and financials.
The West Qurna-2 deal is a milestone development for Piling Tech on two counts: First, it is our first foray into the oil and gas sector of Iraq; and second, the deal signifies Piling Tech's growing business footprints across various redevelopment projects in Iraq," Tech Group chief executive officer Ali Ghaleb Jaber said.
Public space paved with basalt, sheet metal piling and stair tower clad with basalt.
For the temporary H-pile and lagging work, the inspector clicks on the lagging outline and an information screen pops up that displays critical temporary piling data.
Trudeau used to dig holes for pilings - those stilt-like pillars of concrete basic to the ground support for large structures.
Leading Sheet Piling contractor, Aarsleff Ground Engineering, has a State of the Art Giken Silent Piler ECO 700S for its sheet piling and basement work in London.
Once attacked, the interior of a timber piling or fender may ultimately become completely riddled with shipworm tunnels, although externally it may appear perfectly sound.